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Cheat’s deep-pan pizza | Jamie Oliver recipes
So simple and so delicious, this super-easy method allows you to make tasty pizza in a flash. We’re talking crispy on the outside, spongy in the middle, with just three ingredients for the base – flour, salt, water. Plus we’re only using one pan, meaning minimal washing up. I’ve given you one of my favourite flavour combos for the topping here, but you can use whatever you’ve got. Be creative, and embrace what’s in your fridge and store cupboard – the possibilities are endless. Check out…
Tomato & chickpea curry
Want to use up the cans cluttering up your cupboards? This satisfying veggie chickpea curry is made in four easy steps and counts as three of your five-a-day
Vegan Singapore noodles recipe
A speedy, vegan stir-fry with aromatic spice and plenty of veg. Dr Rupy and the BOSH! team make a flavour-packed dinner that costs under £1 per portion. Each serving provides 489 kcal, 14g protein, 81.5g carbohydrate (of which 13g sugars), 9g fat (of which 1.5g saturates), 11g fibre and 1.1g salt.
Pecan and cinnamon monkey bread | delicious. magazine
Studded with pecans and drizzled with vanilla icing, this soft, stickily sweet cinnamon monkey bread is irresistible as part of a weekend brunch. It’s so good that this is one tear-and-share loaf you won’t want to share… Alternatively, try this banana monkey bread doused in cinnamon syrup. It’s what weekends were made for.
Smoky vegetable jambalaya recipe
Dr Rupy packs tonnes of veggies into his jambalaya and it's well under £1 per portion! Hearty, nutritious and full of flavour, this store cupboard saviour will become a midweek staple. Each serving provides 351 kcal, 10g protein, 54g carbohydrate (of which 10g sugars), 9g fat (of which 1g saturates), 8g fibre and 1.7g salt.
Vegetable and halloumi traybake with tzatziki recipe
Rustle up a moreish veggie traybake full of roasted vegetables and halloumi. An oregano dressing and easy tzatziki take it to another level. Dr Rupy's recipe costs just over £1 per portion. Each serving provides 626 kcal, 24g protein, 38g carbohydrate (of which 15g sugars), 40.5g fat (of which 18.4g saturates), 7g fibre and 2.8g salt.
Aromatic egg, spinach and potato curry recipe | delicious. magazine
Use up any leftovers from our fragrant curry sauce recipe for this easy vegetarian egg, spinach and potato curry. It’s also free from dairy and gluten – so everyone can enjoy it!
Teriyaki tofu with root vegetable salad recipe
Dr Rupy’s winter salad is full of seasonal vegetables and crispy tofu with a sticky, sweet teriyaki dressing. This simple supper costs just over £1 per portion. Each serving provides 503 kcal, 20g protein, 47g carbohydrate (of which 32g sugars), 22g fat (of which 3.5g saturates), 18g fibre and 5g salt.
Garlic spinach longevity noodles recipe | delicious. magazine
Ching-He Huang‘s gorgeous noodle recipe is ready in just 20 minutes but packs a punch of flavour. She says: “Noodles are a symbol of long life. These ‘longevity noodles’ are traditionally eaten by Fujian Chinese, dressed in a garlic sesame oil. This is my modern take, served in a garlic spinach sauce and topped with spring onions and sesame seeds.” If you’re making a Chinese feast, try Ching’s wok-fried scallops, pork wontons, red-cooked cod and maple pineapple recipes.
Hot cross bun twister bread | Recipes | Jamie Oliver
A new spin on an old classic, these simple hot cross bun twists are a great way to make the most of the Easy homemade bread dough in the lead-up to Easter. Split the dough in half – use one to make a regular loaf, and the other for these sticky, spiced buns.
Healthy granola recipe
Making your own healthy granola is surprisingly easy, and cheap! Dr Rupy has a healthy recipe that tastes great with berry compôte and yoghurt, for well under £1 per portion. Customise it with whatever nuts, seeds and dried fruits you need to use up in the cupboard. Use the egg yolks for a batch of Mary Berry's custard.or a rich crème brûlée. Each serving provides 377 kcal, 12g protein, 54g carbohydrate (of which 30g sugars), 11g fat (of which 3g saturates), 7g fibre and 0.2g salt.
One-pan tomato fish chowder | delicious. magazine
This flavoursome, gluten-free tomato-based chowder recipe by Donal Skehan uses soffrito as a starting point. Soffritto (known as mirepoix in France), is a classic Mediterranean base of finely chopped onion, carrot and celery. These days, you don’t need superb knife skills as you can buy it pre-chopped from the frozen section of the supermarket. Finely chop half an onion, a medium carrot and a celery stick instead, if you like. Or, make your chowder vegan and dairy-free too with this spicy…